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, with the jordanians, jordan and iraq and syria, jordan iraq and turkey all have 100,000 refugees each in their countries at least. we can't do it all ourselves and our wish i could give you an ideal scenario but this isn't one. >> can i ask you? you were talking about it. how did the saudis and others view the possibility of militant extremists coming to the fore in syria. having to fight militant extremists at home and do a good job of it, but what if the money and the arms are going to these people in a disproportionate way. and i was saying at the beginning of the david sanger article, you are going to militant extremists but if you read deeper into the article, it says the intelligence communities are having a difficult time determining who the rebel leaders are and to the rebel factions are. of we don't know who they are how the we know the majority will be militant extremists? if they are -- >> the problem is the militant extremists come to the 4 the more the rebel opposition in general feels abandoned by the west because of failure. because of the weapons they have been promise
jordan in the 90s this was. the way to describe the american immigration system is its enormous, represent something like a third of the world's total immigration into the one country with 7% of the worlds population. its enormous, but it's terribly unbalanced. it's dominated by family ties and skills-based immigration is an afterthought in the current system. that's the problem you're referring to. it's also a balanced in a different way, which is as an expedient led by industry actually come expedient because the system is hard to change. we have a dominant smell in the skills base side, we have a dominant of temporary migration over permanent migration. that is not healthy enough time to get these kinds of peculiar outcomes. so the system is enormous. in these reform. it's not that you need for immigration. it's such you need to have a better balance within the immigration system. as far as who does better, i never thought i would say this i must say. i spent many years living in britain and they had a hopeless immigration system i thought, very badly administered, very badly
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